British Airways flights to Kuwait land at Kuwait International Airport, ten miles south of Kuwait City. Taxis or buses will take you to the centre of Kuwait City. Soon after your Kuwait flight lands you'll be sipping a strong Turkish coffee or trying a shisha hubble-bubble pipe - in one of Kuwait City's coffee houses. The observation deck at Kuwait Towers is a good place for an aerial orientation of the city after your Kuwait flight. To round off your first day in Kuwait City, choose traditional Arabic cuisine or anything from sushi to steak in one of Salmiya's many restaurants.
Once your Kuwait flight has landed, you'll find taxi and limousine desks in the Flight Arrivals hall. Departing from outside the Flight Arrivals area, air-conditioned green-and-white buses are a cheaper option. These run 24 hours a day to whisk you from Kuwait airport post-flight to Kuwait City, a journey of approximately 30 minutes.
Flights to Kuwait transport you to Kuwait City, a blend of old and new. Admire Islamic art at the Tareq Rajab Museum, and take flight on wild rides at Entertainment City theme park. Before your return flights, choose designer goods in Kuwait City's shiny new shopping malls, but be sure to explore the traditional covered souk markets in Kuwait City to bargain for gold or spices to bring back on your flights from Kuwait. Take a boat trip to snorkel the coral reefs around Kubbar Island or visit the ancient ruins on Failaka Island.